Dust your boots and reshape your hat, because with mere months until the Stampede kicks off in Calgary – we’ve got another concert announcement for 2022.
From the return of our beloved parade to the chuckwagon races getting the A-ok, this year’s event is shaping up to be one reminiscent of pre-pandemic times which means we’re in for a summer of long nights and loud music – but who’s to take the stage?
While we likely won’t see any lineups fill out until later this spring. the organization behind the Greatest Outdoor Show On Earth has shared who will headline the Big Four Roadhouse – and this Stampede there’s double the trouble!
Best known for songs like Copperhead Road and Someday, Steve Earle & The Dukes will be joined by The Mavericks (All you ever do Is Bring Me Down, What A Crying Shame) to co-headline the July 10th event in alliance with show openers Matt Mays, Whitehorse, and Lucette.
“This is not just a concert, this is a music experience,” says Adam Oppenheim, President of Stampede Entertainment in a press release.
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“We’re thrilled to bring so many top artists together on one stage, in one night. Music is returning to the Calgary Stampede and The Big Four Roadhouse, and we couldn’t be happier. These artists are not to be missed.”
If you’re interested in checking it out tickets for the 2022 Stampede Concert at the Big Four Roadhouse will go on sale Friday, April 1st at 10 am.
Have fun and enjoy!
When: July 10th
Where: Parking lot, 1801 Big Four Trail SE, Calgary